Festival Season is Approaching: How To Prep
Festival season is back! Whether you're a festival pro or novice, here’s your ultimate survival guide to prepare.
Concerts are back! Festival season is here and it’s important to make sure you have all the essentials.
Here are some tips and reminders to consider to prepare for your next event!
The cold winter days are gone and my favorite time of the year is approaching fast. No, I'm not talking about spring… I’m talking about festival season! Now that the world is opening up again, concerts and festivals are back and better than ever. It’s time to see your favorite artists perform, spend time with your besties making unforgettable memories, eating delicious food, and (last but not least) partying!
Festivals are fun, but they do require a good amount of planning. Prepping is crucial to ensure your good time. For this reason, we have compiled a list of tips to help you prepare for this year’s festival season!
Plan your outfits in advance
We all want the best outfits to show off on Instagram! Don’t wait until the last minute to plan your outfits… you want to look and feel your best, so make sure to shop around at least one month in advance. Try things on, check Pinterest for ideas, and practice makeup looks for each outfit — that way you’ll be ready for each day of the festival.
Make sure you budget
Budget, budget, budget! The last thing you want is to overspend because you weren’t prepared. Set an amount of money aside for food, clothing, outdoor equipment if you choose to camp, and some cash on the side in case of emergencies.
Check the weather
Before packing clothing, check the weather! Will it be hot or cold? You need to know to plan accordingly.
Pack the essentials
Water, sweaters, hand sanitizer, ear plugs, toilet paper — these are all things you will need to survive your festival. And please do NOT forget your beauty essentials such as sunblock, moisturizer, and lip balm. Trust me — you can thank me later..
Bring bags that are easy to carry
You want to make sure the bags you bring can easily carry your stuff without being too heavy. I recommend a fanny pack and CamelBak. Both are easy to carry and won’t get in the way.